Take care of him and when I come back, I will repay you whatever more you spend. (Lk. 10:35).
The parable of the Good Samaritan is the answer to this question: ‘And who is my neighbour?’ (Lk. 10:29). Our Lord expands the definition of neighbour beyond the bounds of nationality or race. This well-known parable is clearly understood as a lesson in morality: we are bound to do good to all, without distinction; especially if assailed by misfortune or violence. In this manner we are able to collaborate with the Church’s efforts to bring aid and relief to the poor and

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